Mathematical Reasoning Journal
Using a 5 step process, students learn to organize their thinking and understanding of mathematical problems. Every two-page spread is intended for one problem, and provides 1) space to write the question or facts; 2) 1 cm grid space to use one or more strategies to solve the problem; 3) lines to write math terminology; 4) a larger area in which to justify your solution by explaining your reasoning; and 5) space in which to apply your solution to another problem or situation. There are enough pages (80) to do 40 problems and makes a nice companion to your math curriculum. ~ Donna
Students utilize a 5-step approach to solving math problems in this journal. Helps students to organize their thoughts and enhance their understanding of complex mathematical processes. Ideal resource for student reference and teacher assessment!
These affordable blank journals provide the formatted paper you need for your students, all in one neat booklet. These journals allow plenty of space for your students to keep their practice work all in one place and you don't have to run around trying to find the kind of paper you need for different types of problems. In every journal, except My First, sections are labeled so the student can work independently.